Students will finish drawing their Op Art Hands or Op Art Sphere designs, lightly with pencil.
Students will go over the lines of the Op Art Hand drawing with an ultra fine tip sharpie. Students completing the Op Art Sphere design will outline each section of the checkerboard and sphere with a regular sharpie.
Wednesday students should be ready to add the elements of color and value to each section of their designs. Colored pencil should be used lightly so value can be added to show shadows in each section.
Thursday students will complete a hand out to help students Identify the Elements of Art.
Friday students will complete a hand out to help students identify the Principles of Design.
Students will choose which Op Art technique they would like to use to create an optical illusion. Students will follow the step by step instructions on their hand outs to lightly draw their designs in pencil first.
Wednesday through Friday students should begin adding the elements of value and color to their art work.
Monday students will finish making Gyotaku fish prints.
Tuesday students will add their symbols and element of value to their paintings.
Wednesday I will not see period 5 due to Milestones testing. We will begin learning about Op Art.
Thursday I will not see period 4 due to Milestones testing. We will begin learning about Op Art.
Friday students should be working on their Op Art exercise hand out.
Students will view a presentation about the ancient art of Gyotaku fish printing. Students will create their own prints on Tuesday. Each student will have a fish print on paper and a fish print on muslin.
Wednesday through Friday students will add the element of color using water color paints. Students will also add a Japanese symbol to describe their fish.
Students will be finishing up their Digital Warhol art work this week.
Monday and Tuesday students will work in the computer lab to finish up the last 2 quadrants of their digital art work.
Wednesday students will be learning about Robert Indiana and answering questions on their hand out.
Thursday and Friday we will be back in the lab to put the 4 quadrants together and finalizing the Digital Warhol pieces.
Students will be learning about Pop Art artists: Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Indiana.
Students will be able to identify each artist's work.
Tuesday we will begin a Digital Warhol project. Students will choose a Pop Art image that has clearly defined edges to desaturate and posterize using Pixlr.com photo editor.
Wednesday through Friday students will be following the step by step instructions on their hand out to create 4 different quadrants using their original image.
Monday students will learn about Forensics and the unique and important qualities of finger printing.
Tuesday students will start an activity using their fingerprints to identify which type of finger print they have.
Wednesday through Friday students will use technology and color theory to alter their finger print images.
Students will continue to add the elements of color and value to their Koi Fish drawings using watercolor paints. students will use 3 of the 5 watercolor techniques we learned in class: lifting, wet on wet, dropping, dry brush and dabbing.
Monday students will learn about fish in Asian Art.
Tuesday students will begin drawing a koi fish.
Wednesday students will finish the step by step process of their koi fish drawing.
Thursday students will add an environment to the background of the drawing using lily pads, flowers, splashes, etc. Students will then trace over all of the pencil lines with sharpie.
Friday students will add the element of color with watercolor techniques learned in class.
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